Lugain Rfidah

YEAR 2¬†PORTFOLIO … IN MY SECOND YEAR AT THE SHEFFIELD SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE I HAVE UNDERTAKEN THREE PROJECTS, EACH OF WHICH HAD UNIQUE REQUIRMENTS AND VARIOUS CHALLENGES. ENGAGING WITHIN THESE PROJECTS I HAVE ADVANCED MY ARCHITECTUAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS, WHILST ALSO LEARNING TO PUSH MY IDEAS FURTHER WITHOUT THE FEAR OF TAKING RISKS. THROUGH THE […]

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Eddie Alfarra

The cyclists centre The brief was to design a cyclists centre in Cave dale (in the peak district). The collapsed limestone valley is an attraction for the peak visitors. I wanted to concetrate not only on designing a good building for cyclists, but also to create an experience for all pedestrian passing by the valley, […]

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Joyce Yazbeck

THRESHOLDS, ASTRONOMY AND THE HUMAN BODY This project rooted in a crevice in the peak district, realises ideas on building on the edge. The observatory which grows out from the cracks in the rock face, is designed around the human body. The passing public can use the structure in the daytime, for example the interventions […]

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